Okay, seem to be about halfway there ... client kldload's no problem,
server runs ... do a ctl-alt-esc to get into DDB and type panic, and it
gives a message that its looking for the server and it finds it on the
right IP ... then it prints out a '1023' and finishes the panic ...
On the 'dump server', a vmcore gets created, but its zero length ...
On Fri, 17 May 2002, Andrew Gallatin wrote:
> Marc G. Fournier writes:
> > Well, downloaded the files (a .tar.gz would be nice? *grin*) and the
> > client built perfectly, and kldload worked fine ... is there some way
> > someone can suggest of 'simulating a crash'? Some way to test to make
> > sure that it is working as expected? I have a 4.6-PRE machine on my desk
> > that I'd like to test with before I try it on "the real thing", if at all
> > possible?
> break into ddb & do:
> ddb > call dumpsys()
> Unless you're running a savecore which supports partial dumps, you
> need to disable partial dumps (sysctl net.net_dump.partial=0).
> And remember, you'll be spewing the contents of your ram (possibly
> passwords, etc) across the network in clear text.
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